Gary Numan – Cars

Gary Numan – Cars (Bass Cover) — News2Go (@News2goLive) January 1, 2018 About Gary Numan’s Cars Song Cars Gary Numan Genre: New Wave Released: September 01, 1979 Gary Numan’s third album, The Pleasure Principle, was not only the most influential synth-pop album this side of the Kraftwerk discography, it was also one of the […]

5 Seconds Of Summer 3 Now Out #5sos3leaked

  5 Seconds Of Summer Album 3 Now Out #5sos3leaked 5 Seconds Of Summer Album 3: unleash Date, Track list & Everything we all know to this point. We collect all the newest news as five Seconds Of Summer revisit within the studio to record album variety three. Everyone’s favorite inhabitant four-piece five Seconds Of […]

Black Hole Sun Soundgarden

By the time Soundgarden launched “Superunknown” in 1994, the band already had a platinum album (1991’s “Badmotorfinger”) and helped form the defining sound of ’90s rock tune. but it turned into the trippy video for “Black holesolar” that grew to become the band into megastars within the summer season of 1994 and brought it its largest target market ever. The immediate–conventional video became almost inescapable, now not just because it became in heavy rotation on MTV but because it changed into also nearly impossible to look far from. Black Hole Sun Soundgarden The surreal visuals were so weird and […]

Tool Sober Vitamin String Quartet Alternative 2001

 Tool Sober Vitamin String Quartet Alternative 2001 Sober is a song by US rock band, Tool. The song was released as the first single from their debut studio album, Undertow. Tool guitarist Adam Jones has stated in an interview that the song is about a friend of the band whose artistic expression only comes out when he is under the influence. “A […]

Gwen Stefani You Make it Feel like Christmas

Gwen Stefani You Make it Feel like Christmas Looking for some great Christmas Songs this year. Check out Gwen Stefani has a brand new song that just came out. After Rock Steady, No Doubt took a break. Stefani approached Kanal about producing an off-the-cuff solo project that would be influenced by her non-ska favorites. Prince, […]

The Killers – The Man

 The Best Of The Killers   The Killers – The Man The Killers the man’ with long awaited return to Manchester has come and the Arena is rammed full of eager fans of all ages for the first of their two tour dates here. This set starts with the rumbling bass of ‘Wonderful Wonderful’, […]

Korn Video Chaos Lives In Everything

Korn Video Chaos Lives In Everything  The Path of Totality, their tenth studio album, these West Coast rap-rock OGs hook up with various on-the-rise producers, including Skrillex, Datsik, Kill the Noise, and 12th Planet, for the most blatant nü-metal cred grab since Limp Bizkit covered “Bittersweet Symphony.” Thing is, dubstep’s slithering textures actually suit Davis’ […]

The Cranberries Zombie

The Cranberries Zombie Music video by The Cranberries, performing Zombie. 1994 The Island Def Jam Music Group The Irish band had already enjoyed success with their sweet ballads, but this storming left-turn, an incendiary, furious track about the bombings in Northern Ireland, made them massive. By 1994, Limerick rock band The Cranberries had achieved international fame with […]